The FBI says Joshua Hall raised thousands of dollars for a fake organization by impersonating the former President Donald Trump's relatives.
Instagram explains its algorithm, details emerge about Gates' affairs, and a reporter attends a Clubhouse wedding: 10 things in tech you need to know.
Ryan Roslansky shares a heartfelt message to new job seekers and what he wishes he'd known at the start of his career.
"We rank things differently in different parts of the app, based on how people use them," said head of Instagram Adam Mosseri.
Nigerian authorities banned Twitter on Friday. Journalist Zainab Onuh-Yahaya describes how important the site is to young Nigerians like her.
One of SpaceX's oil rigs, Phobos, is now located in Pascagoula, a city in Jackson County, Mississippi, The Sun Herald reported.
Jeff Bezos is going to space in July, Apple announced an iOS 15 update, Miami's tech communities are feuding: 10 things in tech you need to know.
Apple wants the iPhone to replace your keys, driver's license, and office building pass in iOS 15, making the iPhone feel more essential.
While I was fascinated by the notion of an audio-only wedding, I did miss those quintessential moments one can only truly experience in real life.
Victor Hwang says entrepreneurial training and support programs from the government will create more jobs and help all communities in America.
France's antitrust watchdog fined Google $267 million for abusing its market power in the ad business.
Apple's upcoming developer conference, Trump stays banned from Facebook, and Apple employees protest returning to work.
Apple employees wrote in a letter that workers have even quit over the company's lack of flexibility in their post-pandemic work policies.
The hacking group Anonymous appear to have issued veiled threats to the Tesla CEO, accusing him of having "destroyed lives" with his tweets
"It's critical to translate climate information into as many languages as possible to make sure that these mostly-minority communities are informed," Sophia Kianni told Insider.
An Amazon worker was arrested and held on bail after footage showed her beating a customer. The worker said she was acting in self-defense.
"Listening to happy music makes you happy. And when you feel happy, you work better," says Amy Morin.
President Bukele told an audience at the Bitcoin 2021 Conference that he will soon send a bill to Congress that will make bitcoin legal tender.
According to Tinder, the contacts will not be notified they were blocked and using the feature will not impact existing matches or messages.
Silicon Valley companies on Saturday signaled approval of a G7 deal to back a 15% minimum global corporate tax. The deal has been described as 'historic'
India's government warned Twitter to comply with social-media regulations, which critics say give the state more power to police online content.
Bill Nelson, NASA's administrator, wants researchers to determine what the high-speed objects observed by Navy pilots are.
Unless companies make substantive changes to support flexible work arrangements, working mothers could miss out on promotions and opportunities.
Tower first introduced its five-hour workday back in 2015 but CEO Stephan Aarstol said some staff treated it as an entitlement, rather than a reward.
The coin fell to around $36,600 on Friday once Musk tweeted "#Bitcoin" along with a broken-heart and an image of a couple contemplating a break-up.
Tech's power couples, Tesla recalled nearly 8,000 cars, and Tim Cook calls employees back to the office: 10 things in tech you need to know.
Lenke Taylor sent employees cookies, hosted virtual events, and invested in diversity and inclusion.
On Wednesday evening, Grimes posted a video to her personal TikTok account outlining a "proposition for the communists" about AI and farming.
Believe in yourself even when no one else does and build a supportive team, Floyd Mayweather Jr., who faces YouTuber Logan Paul Sunday, said.
Financial incentives and ongoing mental health support are two big ways bosses can help their younger workers right now, writes Amy Morin.
Twitter Blue will let users un-send tweets, read threads more easily, and organize tweets into folders.
Google is making privacy changes, Spotify gives you a horoscope, and Etsy is buying Depop: 10 things in tech you need to know.
Apple announced plans to invest $1 billion on a new campus in the Raleigh-Durham area that will create 3,000 tech jobs and strengthen the region.
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Tech's biggest power couples, Venmo's new privacy update, Tesla's Cybertruck might have facial recognition: 10 things in tech you need to know.
However, forcing workers to get the shot or leave their jobs could backfire on employers.
Twitter has a new service, Acorns is about to go public, and Google faces a class-action lawsuit: 10 things in tech you need to know today.
Human oversight on autonomous technology like driverless cars causes bloated costs, which is the opposite of what these systems were supposed to do.
Melissa Petro says time off allowed her to come back feeling more rested, connected to herself, and appreciative of her family. Here's how she did it.
Keishel Williams and Dominic-Madori Davis attended an exclusive party hosted by behavioral scientist Jon Levy and spoke about their experience afterward.
Insiders say Oracle's best hope in the cloud wars with Amazon is a team led with a 'culture of fear,' and executives are leaving
The New York Review of Books personals ads last year included references to Zoom and FaceTime. Now, buyers are looking for vaccinated friends.
Bite CEO Lindsay McCormick received two offers from Mark Cuban and Kevin O'Leary, but didn't end up taking either.
Academia is addressing the communications gap between engineers and business-focused workers, but the return to work may exacerbate it.
The SolarWinds and Colonial Pipeline hacks could have been prevented with basic cybersecurity. Many companies don't think it's worth the investment.
Kais Mohammad, who called himself "Superman29," illegally exchanged as much as $25 million through in-person transactions and bitcoin ATM kiosks.
Millions of workers don't want to return to work for fear of COVID-19, yet there isn't clear guidance for businesses on how to keep workers safe.
In this week's Insider Tech we look at the future of shared rides at Uber, Amazon's meditation booth, and we take a peek at Gen Z's buzzy new app.
Liking just one anti-LGBTQ video can lead to the algorithm flooding a For You Page with homophobic and transphobic videos, Media Matters said.
Dylan Barahona went from earning thousands per month to getting a $400-a-month stipend and free housing but says his mindset is much healthier now.
When Jessie Patterson realized she spent 20% of her year on her phone, she was startled into action. It transformed her health, energy, and happiness.
The lawsuit claims Google "paid women less base salary, smaller bonuses, and less stock than men in the same job code and location."
"I want to be held accountable personally and as a company," said Bracken Darrell, president and CEO of Logitech, on goals for diversity and sustainability.
Bezos to leave Amazon on July 5, a new Nintendo Switch may soon be revealed, and EVs might get cheaper: 10 things in tech you need to know.
Nobelium broke into an email marketing account used by a US aid agency to stage the email phishing campaign, Microsoft said.
Bernard Coleman III is Gusto's chief diversity and engagement officer. An effective DEI program, he said, "needs to be comprehensive in nature."
Cami Galles walked away from a cushy role and took a big bet on herself, and it paid off. Here are her 7 tips for others looking to do the same.
Strong work relationships in person help smooth over rough spots, make teams more productive, and decrease the chances of employees calling in sick.
Amazon is offering $100,000 for information on how the eight nooses got there. Local NAACP officials denounced the acts as "sickening" hate crimes.
The incoming manager will be responsible for striking new business pacts with "strategic alternative payment partners."
Amazon acquired MGM, Google was approved to build a mega-campus, and UberPool is on its death bed: 10 things in tech you need to know.
The top executives today don't just have emotional intelligence, they have a high level of what recruiters call "LQ."
A new website from GameStop includes a message inviting engineers, designers, gamers, marketers, and community leaders to join the team.
The 'model minority' myth claims Asian Americans are overrepresented in the upper echelons. A closer look at the data shows a more complex picture.
San Jose city council approved Google's plans for an 80-acre mega-campus in the city, offering 7.3 million square feet of office space.
DC's attorney general sued Amazon, Airbnb got an update, and a new app is wowing VCs: 10 things in tech you need to know today.
As her apron company has grown, founder and CEO Ellen Marie Bennett learned to stop trying to fix everything and trust her employees to problem solve.
After TikTok appeared to replace the voice of its text-to-speech feature, users tested how it would pronounce certain phrases, some of which are lewd.
We want to hear about your experience with software like Teramind, Hubstaff, Activtrak, Workpuls, or others.
George Floyd's murder elevated diversity and inclusion issues in boardrooms across America. But, CDOs are often met with unrealistic expectations and a lack of resources.
After 20 surgeries and thousands of hours of rehab, former real-estate agent and dancer Amy Jordan found a new sense of purpose by sharing her story.
Arizona-based Abby Danis, 24, returned to work last summer, going from making $24 an hour to stay home to $17 an hour as an assistant manager.
Constant busyness can prevent us from being efficient, while a schedule with slack time gives us the flexibility to adapt to any sudden changes.
Allyship shouldn't be approached as a "one-size-fits-all endeavor." The experience of all marginalized groups is not the same.
Most people need to take a hard stop between 2 and 3PM - that means close your computer, move your body, and get outside if you can.
Amazon could announce MGM deal this week, and employees say Oracle has a "culture of fear": 10 things in tech you need to know.
Word of the party, originally to celebrate Adrian Lopez's birthday, spread quickly across TikTok, drawing thousands to Huntington Beach.
It's not clear if this new voice has rolled out to all users, or if the old text-to-speech voice will still be available.
Florida's "Big Tech Bill" is the first law created at the state level in response to what some Republicans believe is anti-Right bias online.
Grover trained star athletes like Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, and Dwyane Wade. But convincing Bryant to rest was "a tough lesson" that took a while.
Anna Wexler was resentful when her first pregnancy impacted her career significantly - but this time around, no one at work even knew.
Leadership expert Harrison Monarth says aligning with team expectations and finding your greater purpose at the company can help ease tension.
Join Insider for an exclusive live event featuring a burnout consultant who's helped redesign work cultures at companies like Walgreens and Coca-Cola.
Tim Cook testified, Microsoft's CEO addresses Gates controversies, and Google is partnering with Shopify: 10 things in tech you need to know.
In 2013, Alex Taub agreed to buy a pair of tickets to a New York Knicks game using bitcoin. The value now falls within the $30,000 range.
Max and Charlie Denison-Pender are two British brothers competing for a seat on the dearMoon lunar mission, slated for 2023.
Coauthored by Gallup's CEO and its chief workplace scientist, a new book explores the role of leaders and managers in creating healthy workplaces.
People are naturally intrigued by powerful stories, and fiction storytelling strategies can help nonfiction writers make their work more engaging.
Firefly's Blue Ghost moon lander will be propelled into space on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. It will carry 10 payloads for NASA.
Following Israel's bombing campaign on Gaza, Jewish creators' social media content was often spammed with antisemitic comments.
Ecosia said it has planted nearly 125 million trees to date but that its eco funds fall in the summer as fewer people spend time online.
The Gerald A. Lawson Endowment fund also seeks to increase minority representation in the gaming and tech industry.
"You're often a better judge of what is the best and most productive use of your time than your manager or superior," writes Gladwell.
State Attorney General Bob Ferguson says noncompetes help stifle competition and allow employers to keep wages low by limiting workers' job options.
In this week's edition of the Insider Tech newsletter we look at Amazon's next big thing, and check in on the latest in the world of SPACs.
While exuding positivity and organizing therapy sessions and virtual exercise classes for coworkers, Kim Nguyen began to notice something.
An hour-long phone call with a hypnosis expert helped Julie Peck overcome her fear after her mom got COVID-19 and calmly take her son for a haircut.
Leaders should focus on the potential, adaptability, and well-being of their workforce, Jeff Schwartz said.
Any job, especially entry-level positions, can be filled with menial tasks that can cause boredom, say experts Lisa Cohen and Sandra E. Spataro.
Twitter has reopened its account verification process, and Elon Musk says he won't sell his dogecoin: 10 things in tech you need to know.